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Ansys Helps BMW With Passive Safety Systems
BMW will use LS-DYNA for multiphysics simulation of safety systems.
NVIDIA Launches Omniverse Design Collaboration and Simulation Enterprises
Computer makers launch workstations and NVIDIA-certified systems for Omniverse; BMW Group, Ericsson, Foster + Partners, WPP among early adopters.
Ansys Helps BMW With Passive Safety Systems
BMW will use LS-DYNA for multiphysics simulation of safety systems.
BMW Opens Additive Manufacturing Campus
AM campus will focus on prototyping, production, research and training for use of 3D printing in automotive applications.
ANSYS and BMW Group Partner to Jointly Create Simulation Tool Chain for Autonomous Driving
New agreement drives development of autonomous driving technology for the BMW iNEXT, the next-generation autonomous vehicle.
Desktop Metal Ships Studio System
Desktop Metal's new Studio System is designed to be an office-friendly metal 3D printing system; now shipping in U.S. with 2-week lead time.
2018 Altair Enlighten Award Honors Automotive Lightweighting Innovators
GM, BMW, Asahi Kasei and Mazda, Sika Automotive, United States Steel and American Axle & Manufacturing take top honors at the 2018 CAR Management Briefing Seminars.
BMW, MIT Collaborate on Inflatable 3D Printing
MIT is working with automaker BMW to create a 3D-printed inflatable materials that can self-transform and morph into different states.
BMW Shows Off Printed Motorcycle Frame
The Additive Manufacturing Center at the BMW Group Research and Innovation Centre in Munich supplies roughly 140,000 prototype parts each year to the company’s different divisions.
Complexity Races Ahead, Forcing a Focus on Systems Engineering
The Aras ACE 2018 user conference focuses on fast, flexible and open product lifecycle management (PLM).
AMUG Releases Keynote Speaker List for 2018 Conference
Todd Grimm, of T. A. Grimm & Associates and AMUG's AM industry advisor, and Dominik Rietzel, head of BMW Group’s Additive Manufacturing Center (Non-Metal), will kick off the AMUG presentation lineup.
MINI Drivers Can Print Custom Parts
BMW is leveraging 3D printing to allow vehicle owners to customize a BMW MINI using printed inlays to augment their side scuttles, interior trim, LED door sills and LED door projectors.
V2V Technology: A Work in Progress
Vehicle-to-vehicle communications promise life-saving innovations.
Intel, BMW and Mobileye Partner for Self-Driving Cars
The companies want to develop solutions for fully automated driving by 2021.
Collaborative Design Optimization
Enterprise adoption of optimization facilitates the capture and re-deployment of expert knowledge.
Advanced Materials Allow Engineers to Print, Glue and Drive!
Composites and 3D-printed metal parts are paving the way for part consolidation.



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